Julie Oni

Playwright and assistant professor, Pepperdine University

Playwright and visiting assistant professor of English at Pepperdine University

Julie Oni on KCRW

“If we lose these folks, we’re not just losing plays, we’re losing the folks that are teaching your kids, we’re losing folks in the classroom, we’re losing folks who really make our…

Life for theater workers during COVID, and virtual performances to watch at home

“If we lose these folks, we’re not just losing plays, we’re losing the folks that are teaching your kids, we’re losing folks in the classroom, we’re losing folks who really make our…

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